S.T.A.C.

Unit 11A Ballycummin Village, Raheen, Limerick, Ireland
Safety & First Aid Service

Opening Hours

Monday
09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday
09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday
09:00 - 17:00
Thursday
09:00 - 17:00
Friday
09:00 - 17:00
S.T.A.C.

Description

Sinnott Training & Certification provide a full range of Health & Safety Training Courses. We are experts in First Aid Training, having full recognition from the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council.

www.stac.ie Our Story
Hi, I am Seamus an Emergency Medical Technician (E.M.T.) and founder of Sinnott Training & Certification Ltd.
Only 1 year after completing a degree in University of Limerick, while working in industry, I witnessed my manager suffer an accident, which lead to an amputation. This was a real wake-up call, I knew then that the first aid training the staff and I had received had not prepared us. We did not react correctly. My skills needed improving.
I transferred from an infantry unit to army medical corps (reserve unit) , and strove to improve my skills successfully completing ambulance and instructor courses.
A few years later S.T.A.C. was formed with the goal of providing First Class, First Aid Training. Teaching the skills is not enough, we build confidence, confidence in people so they can react better than I did when first put in the situation mentioned above.
5000 people approx. die each year in Ireland from Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Ireland currently has a survival rate of approx. 7%, 68% of cases happen in their home including my uncle. 40% do not receive early CPR, & 87% do not get early defibrillation. S.T.A.C’s mission is to improve this by giving these lifesaving skills to as many people as possible.
I have built a team, all of who are passionate about top quality First Aid. Nobody in the S.T.A.C. office is ‘just admin’ all have thorough knowledge of the certification systems involved and a  long history and involvement in providing first aid in different sectors, industry, red cross, army medical corp.  

Everyone in good spirits after the Occupational First Aid Course. https://e1.m.tt/a/iadfdex.html 'There was good group interaction and role play. The course contained some good knowledge that we should be aware of.' 'The course is very helpful for workplace and home. It was delivered in good spirit and everyone enjoyed it.'

Everyone in good spirits after the Occupational First Aid Course.  https://e1.m.tt/a/iadfdex.html\n\u0027There was good group interaction and role play. The course contained some good knowledge that we should be aware of.\u0027\n\u0027The course is very helpful for workplace and home. It was delivered in good spirit and everyone enjoyed it.\u0027

If you feel the need to learn something new in the Autumn, why not learn something that may save somebody''s life. https://e1.m.tt/a/jjjkckw.html 'The demonstration and groupwork elements were excellent. Also the tutor's knowledge was excellent and the material was presented in a clear and interesting way.' 'I think it all worked well as I have never had a First Aid course. Michael is very engaging and explains things well while remaining professional and friendly.'

If you feel the need to learn something new in the Autumn, why not learn something that may save somebody\u0027\u0027s life. https://e1.m.tt/a/jjjkckw.html \n\u0027The demonstration and groupwork elements were excellent. Also the tutor\u0027s knowledge was excellent and the material was presented in a clear and interesting way.\u0027\n\u0027I think it all worked well as I have never had a First Aid course. Michael is very engaging and explains things well while remaining professional and friendly.\u0027

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